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University Transfer: Bachelor of Science - Engineering

Credential
Bachelor's Degree
Duration

1 year at RDP - 3 years at U of A

Location
-Main Campus
The Program

The first year of studies at RDP will provide you with an understanding of mathematics and physical sciences such as Physics and Chemistry. You will apply this understanding to solving engineering problems in such courses as Engineering Statics, Dynamics and Design.

You will take one course in computer programming so as to use computers in solving engineering problems. You will also use computer-aided graphics.

You must also learn to communicate effectively in the English language.

Program Content

Please contact the dsbinfo [at] rdpolytech [dot] ca (subject: University%20Transfer%3A%20Bachelor%20of%20Science%20-%20Engineering%20Program) (Donald School of Business, Science, and Technology) if interested in transferring to an institution other than the University of Alberta.

University Transfer Program

The program is based on the first year of Engineering at the University of Alberta, and is designed to transfer in full to the U of A. However, the program has transferability to many other Canadian institutions. Please contact the dsbinfo [at] rdpolytech [dot] ca (subject: University%20Transfer%3A%20Bachelor%20of%20Science%20-%20Engineering%20Program) (Donald School of Business, Science, and Technology) if interested in transferring to an institution other than the University of Alberta.

Transfer Features

The courses in this program can be transferred in full to University of Alberta; some classes taken in the first year are also transferable to University of Calgary, and other institutions outside of Alberta (if you decide to transfer out-of-province, you'll need to be in contact with the institution you plan to attend). You must decide on the transfer university when you enter the program. It is imperative that students who will apply to University of Alberta take the full first year in one academic year.

University of Alberta

(Please note these credits are U of A credits.)

  • CHEM 203/CHEM 205 (4.3+3.8 credits)
  • ENCP 200 (3.8 credits)
  • ENGG 200 (1 credit)
  • ENGG 203 (1 credit)
  • ENGG 230 (4 credits)
  • ENGL 212 (3 credits)
  • ENPH 231 (4.3 credits)
  • PHYS 269 (3.8 credits)
  • MATH 212/MATH 213/MATH 223 (4+3.5+3.5 credits)
  • Complementary Studies Course (3 credits)
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